In what can only be described as a challenging and unique year, our Year 12 students of 2020 deserve much commendation for their academic achievements and successfully completing their Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).
It is an achievement that reflects the hard work put in not just by the students but also parents, staff as well as many others who have provided wonderful support throughout their learning journey.
In the recently released ATAR results, La Salle College’s median score was 81.25 and featured several impressive individual results.
Overall, 58% of our students achieved an ATAR score above 80 while ten students achieved an ATAR greater than 90. Our highest score was achieved by Jordan Stacey who had an excellent ATAR of 99.5.
Four students were awarded with a Certificate of Distinction while seven students received a Certificate of Merit.
In our College’s Vocational Educational Training program, 92% of all Year 12 students completed a Certificate II or better qualification, holding them in great stead to be a great contributor to this very important dimension of our community.
Congratulations to all our students on your achievements which you should all be very proud of because the College is certainly proud of each one of you.
Students who received an ATAR greater than 90
Emily Candy, Jacob Jojo, Jordan Stacey, Jye O’Leary, Mia Flitman, Norman Luyt, Qi Ren, Raymond Evans, Victoria Pavy and Yasmin Fox-Mooney
ATAR Certificate of Distinction recipients
Jordan Stacey, Jye O’Leary, Qi Ren and Victoria Pavy
ATAR Certificate of Merit recipients
Elena Landrigan, Faith Adams, Jacob Jojo, Jade Mellowship, Mia Flitman, Mia Lawson-Cross, Norman Luyt and Yasmin Fox-Mooney